Daily Archives: September 3, 2020

“Free SHS is a God-sent intervention”- Assembly member

Mr Rudolph Tetteh, Assemblymember for Dedeso VRA Resettlement community in the Fanteakwa North district has described the government’s free SHS policy as a God-sent intervention for the community, to enable their children to access secondary education.         He said “but for the free SHS, Junior High School would be the end of

Sunyani Municipal Assembly supplies basic schools with 1,000 desks

– Madam Justina Owusu-Banahene, the Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive has presented 1,000 dual desks to the Municipal Education Directorate to be distributed to basic schools in the Municipality.         At a short ceremony held in Sunyani, Mad. Owusu-Banahene tasked the directorate to ensure that the desks were supplied among only deprived and

Lack of health facilities, personnel in schools worrying – Report

– A ‘Ghana COVID-19 School Re-opening Monitoring’ Report, has cited a high deficit of health facilities and personnel at the pre-tertiary educational level in the Ashanti Region.         This scenario, according to the Report, did not augur well for the country’s preparedness to manage effectively suspected cases of the disease as they

National Service personnel urged to make good use of experiences gained

National Service Personnel have been advised to make good use of the practical experiences and skills gained during the service period to survive.         Mr Kofi Yesu, President of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA), who made the call said it was important for the personnel who had just completed their national

Gov ‘t to set up satellite campus of UDS at Yendi

Accra Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia says government is in discussion with the University of Development Studies (UDS) to set up a satellite campus in Yendi.         In addition, he announced plans to convert the Pong Tamale Veterinary College into a university of agriculture.   Vice President Bawumia announced this when he paid